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*Whenever doing something potentially '''irreversible''', have a colleague show you the first time, or whenever you are not sure what you're doing.
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==General advise==
*For larger specimens that need fixation before cutting, you can still '''start writing''' a report of measurements and other externally visible findings to save time for later.
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*Whenever you are not sure about what to do, especially when doing something potentially '''irreversible''', ask a colleague for advise.
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*'''Do not wait for the whole pile'''. Whenever you can, do not be idle or do less urgent work while there is a pile of more urgent work gathering for you elsewhere. In such cases, instead, go and grab what you can start doing right away from that pile.
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*For larger specimens that need fixation before final grossing, you can still '''start writing''' a report of measurements and other externally visible findings to save time for later.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:11, 4 October 2021

Author: Mikael Häggström [notes 1]

General advise

  • Whenever you are not sure about what to do, especially when doing something potentially irreversible, ask a colleague for advise.
  • Do not wait for the whole pile. Whenever you can, do not be idle or do less urgent work while there is a pile of more urgent work gathering for you elsewhere. In such cases, instead, go and grab what you can start doing right away from that pile.
  • For larger specimens that need fixation before final grossing, you can still start writing a report of measurements and other externally visible findings to save time for later.

Topics

Notes

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